Mercedes C250 AMG Sport Edition 2dr Auto 2year lease £239.99 per month + 2159.91 - £7679.68 @ contracthireandleasing
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Mercedes C250 AMG Sport Edition 2dr Auto 2year lease £239.99 per month + 2159.91 - £7679.68 @ contracthireandleasing

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Found 8th May 2015
Mercedes C250 AMG Sport Edition 2dr Auto

£239.99 per month (23 monthly payments) + £2159.91 (initial payment)

10,000 miles p/a

Total: £7679.68

Limited stock!

167 Comments

Averages about £325.00 a month?
Doesn't seem too bad.

10000mls PA.

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is there a website that shows all the current offers from different companies?

This is likely to be replaced by the newer model soon, hence the deal. Nice car though, and seems a good deal. The only downside is that once it's replaced with the newer model,?secondhand prices will fall, so a year old one may be a better economic bet.

norville555

is there a website that shows all the current offers from different … is there a website that shows all the current offers from different companies?



Contract Hire and leasing

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Bazza71

....secondhand prices will fall, so a year old one may be a better … ....secondhand prices will fall, so a year old one may be a better economic bet.


This is a lease deal so it's irrelevant what the car will be worth, you just give it back when term is up.

Looks hot to me!!

got 2 for my mrs too, thank you

lease...In other words.... pay someone wage for a couple of years

This car is a lifeless sack of crap.

Heat from me

Just a word of warning to anyone considering leasing a Mercedes. When you send it back, they will go over it with a fine tooth comb. Someone hit mine, repaired by authorised merc repairer. When I sent it back they tried to charge an additional £1000 for a substandard repair! Since found it is common practice with Mercedes. Google it. You have been warned.

Meh from me

Mercedes are always quite cheap on lease these days, and the old shape C-Class is getting a bit long in the tooth, didn't realise they still sold it. Not a bad deal if you're in the market for one though!

Cold, can't afford.

dbzitb

lease...In other words.... pay someone wage for a couple of years



Or use your wages monthly on finance to pay for something that will lose you money. Both options lose money both options pay some one else's wages. Have you heard of capitalism, you pay for something and that money doesn't go to charity it goes to the potential profit of the party that you're buying from.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 8th May 2015

Ta.

I concur with the comments from "n17d". We had a lot of hassle from Mercedes when it came to the end of our lease. They tried to change us for damage that just wasn't there. Please take this into account if you are considering renting a Mercedes.

fishmaster

Or use your wages monthly on finance to pay for something that will lose … Or use your wages monthly on finance to pay for something that will lose you money. Both options lose money both options pay some one else's wages. Have you heard of capitalism, you pay for something and that money doesn't go to charity it goes to the potential profit of the party that you're buying from.

I concur.

Does it include insurance?

Its diesel. no way.

This has been significantly cheaper for about 2 months - prices have just gone up recently (Start of this month)!

fishmaster

Or use your wages monthly on finance to pay for something that will lose … Or use your wages monthly on finance to pay for something that will lose you money. Both options lose money both options pay some one else's wages. Have you heard of capitalism, you pay for something and that money doesn't go to charity it goes to the potential profit of the party that you're buying from.

fishmaster

Or use your wages monthly on finance to pay for something that will lose … Or use your wages monthly on finance to pay for something that will lose you money. Both options lose money both options pay some one else's wages. Have you heard of capitalism, you pay for something and that money doesn't go to charity it goes to the potential profit of the party that you're buying from.

When u use your wages to pay mothly for something on finance you don't loos as much. When you pay it off it belongs to yoy and you can do with it what ever you want.
In case of leasing you pay a lot of money for kind of renting the car.
Simple

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dogwalker1

I concur with the comments from "n17d". We had a lot of hassle from … I concur with the comments from "n17d". We had a lot of hassle from Mercedes when it came to the end of our lease. They tried to change us for damage that just wasn't there. Please take this into account if you are considering renting a Mercedes.



This isn't rented from Mercedes.

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dbzitb

lease...In other words.... pay someone wage for a couple of years



If it appreciates in value buy, if it decreases lease.

MrShed

CommentIf it appreciates in value buy, if it decreases lease.

exactly right. there is a site out there that tells you what cars are best to buy or lease. e.g mondeo lease. audi a4 buy. simple. as for the comment that finance is better because you'll own the car. with finance you pay interest then end up with a car you'll be responsible for. I'd personally rather hand it back at end of lease deal than keep it and wait for cam belt to snap and cost me money.

Is this leasing company safe?
Recently I've seen tons of new websites with lease overs, where company don't even have an office - operates from home. So asking how safe is leasing from such companies? Anyone tried one mentioned - contracthireandleasing.com ?

slawekgem

When u use your wages to pay mothly for something on finance you don't … When u use your wages to pay mothly for something on finance you don't loos as much. When you pay it off it belongs to yoy and you can do with it what ever you want.In case of leasing you pay a lot of money for kind of renting the car.Simple



Come back when you understand leasing

Kamilione

Is this leasing company safe?Recently I've seen tons of new websites with … Is this leasing company safe?Recently I've seen tons of new websites with lease overs, where company don't even have an office - operates from home. So asking how safe is leasing from such companies? Anyone tried one mentioned - www.contracthireandleasing.com ?

I've heard freedom lease contracts is good.

dogwalker1

I concur with the comments from "n17d". We had a lot of hassle from … I concur with the comments from "n17d". We had a lot of hassle from Mercedes when it came to the end of our lease. They tried to change us for damage that just wasn't there. Please take this into account if you are considering renting a Mercedes.

It depends who you lease from. I got mine direct from MB and they detail exactly what is acceptable (to the mm and panel) and what isn't in the contract. It's suprisungly generous.

Has anybody actually contacted this lease company regarding this lease?
A lot of the offers on Contracthireandleasing are completely different when you contact the leasing company.

I would stick with mainstream leasing companies.

Bazza71

This is likely to be replaced by the newer model soon, hence the deal. … This is likely to be replaced by the newer model soon, hence the deal. Nice car though, and seems a good deal. The only downside is that once it's replaced with the newer model,?secondhand prices will fall, so a year old one may be a better economic bet.



As far as I can tell, this is already the old version, the new Bluetec C class came out last year. The 'CDI' is the old model (up to 2014).

Having said that, I have the Bluetec C class as a company car and my taxable benefit is not far off this leasing cost!

JPS

This is a lease deal so it's irrelevant what the car will be worth, you … This is a lease deal so it's irrelevant what the car will be worth, you just give it back when term is up.

JPS

This is a lease deal so it's irrelevant what the car will be worth, you … This is a lease deal so it's irrelevant what the car will be worth, you just give it back when term is up.



I think you missed the point there!

fishmaster

This car is a lifeless sack of crap.


You've obviously not driven one, properly

Fine until it's stolen 2 months into the lease. Left me £3000 down with no car when my insurance company settled directly with the lessor

fishmaster

This car is a lifeless sack of crap.


Can you justify this stupid coment? My wife has one so I actualy know. Would love to hear your reply!

taker920

Fine until it's stolen 2 months into the lease. Left me £3000 down with … Fine until it's stolen 2 months into the lease. Left me £3000 down with no car when my insurance company settled directly with the lessor



Probably a little late, but I believe GAP insurance is designed for such an eventuality? But it is yet another cost.

Leasing is for people pretending they have

hmm I like the sound of this deal!

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JPS

This is a lease deal so it's irrelevant what the car will be worth, you … This is a lease deal so it's irrelevant what the car will be worth, you just give it back when term is up.



I think the point that's being made is that because the price might drop a second hand purchase might be comparable or cheaper than the lease option.
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